A flam diddle. At least that's how we called them when I learned them.
Here's an exercise that without the cheeses it's rather trivial. It took me a while to get this clean at 140 bpm.
Here's the video of me playing if you want to play along.
Attached is the exercise.
I got the Zildjian low volumes and the remo silent strokes because I had a baby and Im very happy with them. They feel really nice but I do miss the pop of a snare with a normal head. Theyre loud enough to cover up a normal conversation but not loud to the point where it would bother the person...
A full-time job, engineering school, and becoming a parent has cut away from my playing this last year. I'm about to go on a summer break from school and I want to spend more time with my little one and also jump back in to playing regularly.
I am interested to know what your approach would be...
To anyone with endorsement experience, how do you go about getting endorsed? And should you shoot for smaller companies when you're first trying to get endorsed?
I play for the University of Houston's Basketball Band and I think it would be a good opportunity for a company to endorse...
If I get 200 RTs I will have a chance to perform a drum solo tonight at a show! I'm really close and I would love to perform tonight!
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That's it! Thank you!
I am going to have a baby this summer!! Hoorayy!!
But I'm not sure what to do with my drums. I have an acoustic set (Pdp mainstage, 16",18" A Custom crashes,20" K Dark Ride, 14" HHX Dark Hats). And I need a way to practice and not destroy my baby's ears.
So I know that some of my options...
I couldn't disagree more.... first the skills and muscle dexterity used to play drums are fundamentally NO different than any other instruments - certainly no more difficult to master.... and in many cases, far easier to master initially.
And the degree we do or don't use "drum charts" on gigs...